About two hours from Nelson Mandela Bay lies the indigenous Tsitsikamma forest in the Garden Route with towering mountains views next to the N2, unpredictable weather and a rugged coastline. “Tsitsikamma” is the Khoi word for “place of abundant or sparkling water” and visitors flock to the plateau of Fynbos year after year in search of the ultimate shot of adrenalin, a breath of fresh ocean air and a true taste of South Africa.
The Tsitsikamma region is not only the place of abundant sparkling water, but it is also a place sparkling with abundant activities. If you want to sit in the sun, get on a bicycle, swing from ropes or traverse back to the sixties they got you covered and with the Nelson Mandela Bay Pass offering you more bang for your buck; things just got a whole lot easier.
Nelson Mandela Bay Pass Activities in the Tsitsikamma
Oudebosch Farm Stall
Oudebosch Farm Stall is your gateway to the Tsitsikamma and their unbeatable Roosterkoek and local roaster from the Bay’s coffee, Mastertons, is just what you need for a road trip. Besides all the delectable food they also sell local crafts and products and are your one-stop info center of the Tsitsikamma region; geared with maps and useful tips.
With the Nelson Mandela Bay Pass you can grab a free roosterkoek with